Oklahoma’s hopes of earning a spot in the College Football Playoff remained alive Saturday, as the No. 6 Sooners rallied from a 41-23 deficit late in the 3rd quarter to down No. 21 Texas, 55-48.

Leading the comeback for Oklahoma was freshman quarterback Caleb Williams, who replaced an ineffective Spencer Rattler under center.

Williams, a 6-1, 218-pounder from Washington, D.C., completed 16 of 25 passes for 212 yards and 2 touchdowns, while also adding 88 yards and a score on the ground.

After the game, ABC sideline reporter Holly Rowe hoped to interview Williams, but her request was turned down by Sooners coach Lincoln Riley.

And Rowe wasn’t happy about it.

“Dear viewers, please know I am always working for you. I asked to interview (Caleb Williams) postgame and Lincoln Riley said no,” Rowe tweeted Saturday evening. “That kid deserved this stage and this opportunity. I actually apologized to Caleb who expected to be interviewed.”

Interview decision aside, Riley now has a quarterback controversy on his hands, with the Sooners sitting at 6-0 on the season.

Oklahoma plays TCU next Saturday and it will be interesting to see who gets the nod at quarterback.